Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Highlights from the Centennial exhibit at the Sam Noble Museum Oklahoma Museum of Natural History

Elasmosaur - Casework undulates to mimic animal's posture while providing multiple viewing levels for a variety of audiences. Mural by Debbie Kaspari. (I will do another post on the process involved in the production of the life-sized mural.)

Miocene camel: Leg bones are mounted directly over life-size mural by Debbi Kaspari.

Fossil of largest crinoid stem found in the state. Mounted directly over mural by Debbie Kaspari.

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